A colleague of mine is an author and has written a book regarding her father’s death. She receives many requests and suggestions regarding the need for a professional ‘support’ group or a place where dialogue can occur among professionals. This is why I have created the End-of-Life Discussion Group for Professionals. It is a group… Continue reading End-of-Life Discussion Group for Professionals on LinkedIn
In speaking with a colleague today about death, dying and end-of-life issues, we ended up discussing the words used; particularly in western society. 'Passing, has passed, with the angels, with their deceased loved ones' are words or phrases typically used. The words/terms 'died, has died' are not used in general circles. She made a keen observation. Look… Continue reading The Words that are used in/about End-of-Life
I was fortunate to take part in a staff development with a presenter who focused on Neuroscience, Understanding Normal Aging and Neuropathologies Associated with the Aging Process with Martha S. Burns, PhD. She is a dynamic speaker who has an amazing grasp on the topic and is able to bring it down a few notches (language wise) so… Continue reading Staff Development on Neuroscience, Neuroplasticity and Trends….
I created this blog one year ago to focus on my personal and professional interests. I am a case manager working with 'older adults' in a community centre here in Montreal. I also enjoy writing and having a blog allows me to mesh my career interests. It has been a good year with over 255… Continue reading Guest Bloggers Sought